Safe To Tell

4 years ago

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February 15, 2018

SAFE2TELL COLORADO is designed to help YOU anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family, or your community. The Student Section is meant for you – the students. It is intended to be a place where you can find information that you are interested in and provide ways to get help for a friend who might be struggling.

Please make sure that you are aware of Safe2Tell Colorado and how to use it appropriately:

  • Safe2Tell CO is for students who need to report threats to themselves or others – in a way that keeps them SAFE.
  • Safe2Tell CO is ANONYMOUS – this means your identity is UNKNOWN. Anonymity is protected by Colorado state law.
  • The Toll-Free number is:  1-877-542-7233 (SAFE). Save the number as a contact in your cell phone, in case you ever need it!
  • Anonymous web reports can be made by clicking theSubmit a Tip Button.
  • Reports also may be made using the anonymous Safe2Tell Colorado mobile app available on the Apple Store and Google Play.
  • Safe2Tell CO is for serious reports only. It is NOT for pranks or hang-up calls. False reports and blatant misuse of the Safe2Tell CO resource will be investigated.

Arlan Van Ry in Washington

4 years ago

February 14, 2018


A large delegation of school board members from Colorado attended meetings with our state
legislators. They requested bipartisan support of bills that promote public education and equitable
funding that ensure our graduates are ready for the future academic and career success. The group
specifically asked for support to:

Maximize and prioritize the Federal investment in IDEA, ESSA, Title 1 and Title 11 grants for educators, re-authorization of Carl Perkins Career and Technical Education funding to help districts create opportunities for our students, oppose the FCC’s decision to eliminate Net Neutrality, and support reasonable legislation to provide pathways to citizenship for our DACA students and staff.